[Red5] Question about Red5 R/W access
Guillaume at lya.fr
Tue Apr 10 14:22:20 EDT 2007
Thanks for you reply, so yes this make sense but does this mean Red5 doesn't
use the disk to store a temporary cache of the lives streams ?
May be Red5 doesn't use cache disk at all, and if it's the case it's really
great, but if not we need to buy an harddrive with a good capacity and
surely a quick drive (15000 rpm).
2007/4/10, Dominick Accattato <daccattato at gmail.com>:
> if your using the live data interaction aspect of Red5, then you won't
> need a large hard drive at all. Additionally, if you only plan on streaming
> live video without saving it to disk the you still don't need a large hard
> drive. However, if you plan on saving video to disk, then you could quickly
> fill up a 10 GB hard drive. make sense?
> On 4/10/07, Guillaume Lecanu <Guillaume at lya.fr> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > We need to buy a server for Red5.
> > Our choice is a Bi-Xeon 4,3 Ghz with 4 Go of DDR2 for the RAM.
> > But about the harddrive, is Red5 write on the disk for a video
> > application (publish webcam & play) ? Or may be Red5 uses the RAM only ?
> > If we want to uses 100% of the power of the server for Red5, which disk
> > size we need to buy (10 Go, 100 Go, 500 Go..) ?
> > Thanks a lots for your advices.
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